Deep foundations and large-scale soil replacement to compensate for very soft strata or strata with poor bearing capacity are generally very expensive and time-consuming, which is why targeted measures to improve the subsoil can be a far more economical alternative.
We offer a wide range of traditional and innovative techniques for stabilising the existing subsoil. Our broad portfolio of technical capabilities allows us to tailor our services to the individual conditions of your construction site. The cost effectiveness of a stabilisation measure and the amount of work involved always depend to a large extent on the local and planning boundary conditions as well as on the technology used. These boundary conditions essentially determine the manufacturing grid of the stabilising elements used.
Our range of services includes:
Planning expertise for safe and economical implementation
Our skilled engineers are on hand to provide you with comprehensive advice right from the planning stage. We develop the technically and economically optimum solution for your construction scheme on the basis of your specifications.
We always carry out subsoil improvement assignments in line with the individual building task at hand. The choice of foundation method depends to a large extent on the prevailing geological conditions such as stratification of the subsoil or groundwater levels, the existing spatial conditions on site and the planning constraints.
The best result for every geotechnical challenge
Benefit from our decades of expertise in specialist civil engineering and problem solving skills – especially when it comes to challenging construction tasks. As a technology leader in specialist civil engineering, we are an experienced advisor able to provide you with expert support, even in the event of unexpected problems, and ensure successful completion of your project. We have the entire range of specialist foundation engineering methods at our disposal.
- In-house technical staff
- In-house specialist equipment
- All methods from a single source
- Quality assurance through individually coordinated procedural instructions
- Metrological testing